The earliest known representation of pizza was found engraved on the wall of an ancient Druidic temple, although recent scholarship suggests the disc may be an inedible, boring UFO. Chomp into a circular offering with today's deal: for $6, you get $16 worth of New York–style pizza at Bada Bing Pizza, located in Glenwood South.
Bada Bing's menu features a plentiful selection of authentic New York–style pizza and Italian sandwiches. Sate burgeoning grumbles with a starter of mozzarella sticks ($6.95) and a slice of any specialty ($3.25), Sicilian ($2.95), or regular ($2.50) pizza, or sink your teeth into the three-dimensionality of a classic meatball parmigiana sandwich (meatballs, tomato, and mozzarella, $7.95). Split a gigantic 18" pie, such as the Godfather (meatball, pepperoni, sausage, onions, and peppers, $20.95) or Carmela's veggie (broccoli, spinach, peppers, mushrooms, onions, and black olives, $15.95), or start with a 12" cheese Sicilian ($11.95) and add toppings to create a monstrous-looking but noble-tasting Frankenpizza of your own design (toppings $1.00–$2.50). Call to have a hot, piping pie ready to carry out or head to Bada Bing for a festively foldable meal with slightly less foldable friends.